The best one being “When is a coding standard not a coding standard? When it’s your own individual one!”.
Seriously though, hearing people say they follow their own style or coding-standard just makes me cringe.
If the coding standard that you use is an individual one, then please don’t call it a “standard” because by definition it isn’t. It’s an anti-standard.
Even if you’re just a one-guy-code-house. Somebody else may be called in to work on your code and the last thing they need to do is waste time parsing your [convoluted] code when the guy that paid you for it is pestering them for an update to get a specific bug that is costing them money (twice if you stop to think about it) fixed.
Consider the next guy who has to pick up your wonderfully-unique-snowflake-of-rubbish and get it working again.
If you’re working in a team, you should know all this anyway and be mature enough to know to play/code well with others and quit wasting their time. Otherwise just grow up.
* $DEITY knows there are enough to choose from. Doing a quick “phpcs -i” on my laptop results shows me this list:
“The installed coding standards are Made, Ecg, PSR2, MySource, PSR1, PHPCompatibility, PEAR, Squiz, CodeIgniter, PHPCS and Zend”